Mommy is a powerful, provocative film with an understated swagger that highlights Xavier Dolan as one of the best young directors in World cinema.
Cradled by a delicate and mesmerising performance from Rinko Kikuchi, Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter is a darkly comic tale of misadventure – tragic, odd and bizarrely uplifting.
Coupled with an uncompromisingly bloated running time, Sergei Loznitsa’s sedate style of shooting renders this potentially remarkable account of civil unrest quite the opposite.
Carell, Ruffalo and Tatum are a stellar triumvirate in Bennett Miller’s Foxcatcher – an unsettling and bone-chillingly creepy true story.
Occasionally hampered by one-dimensional characters, Agyness Deyn is the scintillating spark that convincingly encapsulates the defiance of life with epilepsy.
Jason Reitman’s incisive slice of modern suburbia is a sad, humorous and painfully relevant snapshot of our subservience to social media.
In partnership with the Irish Film Board, Curzon Home Cinema presented an Irish Film Season in November 2014.
A superb performance from Tom Hardy and a cast of intriguing supporting characters saves this often rudderless New York based crime drama from the drop.